Staff Editorials

Why Students Are Yearnin’ for a Bernin’

Why Students Are Yearnin’ for a Bernin’

With the beginning of the election cycle nearing, political analysts are beginning to predict who will win the early primaries. …

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Save People, Not “Tatas”

Save People, Not “Tatas”

In the United States, it’s as quintessential to October as playoff baseball and the spread of the pumpkin-flavored plague. Pink, …

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“No Man’s Sky”: If a Computer could play God

“No Man’s Sky”: If a Computer could play God

At popular video game conference E3 this year, game developer Sean Murray of Hello Games showcased some live gameplay of …

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Religion is the new millennial ego booster

Religion is the new millennial ego booster

I am a white millennial studying on a college campus in the United States in the year 2015. As a …

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Pay for Play, should college athletes be paid?

Pay for Play, should college athletes be paid?

Recently, the debate on whether or not college athletes should be compensated has been an extremely hot topic. With the …

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What a village on the Jordanian-Syrian border can teach us about brotherhood

What a village on the Jordanian-Syrian border can teach us about brotherhood

Earlier this year, I visited the tiny village of Dafyaneh, Jordan, a small cluster of cheaply built limestone homes huddled together …

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Feminism isn’t Friendship

Feminism isn’t Friendship

When I was in the 6th grade, I pored over the lyric booklet and sang along to every song in …

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Whose president is it anyway?

Whose president is it anyway?

The College of Charleston President George Benson will soon step down, and our community is under pressure to find his …

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No Connection?! Wi-Fi Woes

No Connection?! Wi-Fi Woes

Every semester students pay fees on top of  tuition costs at the College of Charleston. Sophomores, juniors and seniors pay …

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Fixing a top-heavy administration

Fixing a top-heavy administration

As much as we’d like to think we are, the United States is no longer the leader in education. The …

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Support your school, by skipping class

I’m sorry, Prof. Zaubi. I won’t be in your Spanish class on Tuesday morning. For the good of the College …

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